Sunday, February 06, 2005

It must be a Republican conspiracy

If you've ever wondered why the Utah Democrat Party has been relegated to permanent minority status since the early 90's, this is a great example.

Imagine you're an advisor to a political party who holds virtually no statewide offices, narrowly holds one congressional seat, and can't even muster enough votes in the State Legislature to prevent the Republicans from passing any legislation they wish to.

So, Mr. Advisor, how do you keep your party from marginalizing itself even further? Well, if you're a Utah Democrat, you replace an ailing liberal state Senator with an even more liberal gay-rights activist, one whose principal claim to fame is leading the charge against a constitutional amendment outlawing gay marriage.

I can't believe the Democrats are truly this stupid. It has to be a Republican conspiracy.


At 2:03 AM, Blogger Rosemary said...

Yeah? I guess that is why they are picking Howard Dean for DNC Chair? HAHAHA! In 2 years, when Iraq is beginning to crawl, and maybe even stand on it's own, I want to hear them say we shouldn't have gone in. Then I will say, "Where was the UN approval for Kosovo? We are still there. What is the exit strategy? How much are we spending on that boondoggle?" etc. What a bunch of hypocrites.


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